Harste is a village to the northwest of Göttingen, Lower Saxony, Germany, belonging to the Gemeinde Bovenden. While the date of its founding is unknown, archaeological investigations conducted in the 1980s revealed Grubenhaueser from the 7th century and what appears to be continuous occupation since then at least until around the end of the 15th century. The first archival record of the community is from 952. Presently existing houses date back well over a century.

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  • Harste ist ein zum Flecken Bovenden in Niedersachsen gehöriges Dorf mit etwa 1.100 Einwohnern. Es liegt im Leinegraben, der vom Leinetal durch den Keuperrücken der Lieth getrennt wird. Der Bach, der den Ort durchfließt, heißt ebenfalls Harste. (de)
  • Harste is a village to the northwest of Göttingen, Lower Saxony, Germany, belonging to the Gemeinde Bovenden. While the date of its founding is unknown, archaeological investigations conducted in the 1980s revealed Grubenhaueser from the 7th century and what appears to be continuous occupation since then at least until around the end of the 15th century. The first archival record of the community is from 952. Presently existing houses date back well over a century. In 953 Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor transferred the community, which he had gotten from Graf Billung, to the Moritz Monastery in Magdeburg. The year 1294 is the first year in which there is a reference to the Harste castle. Within a generation, it burned and was restored. Nevertheless, it gradually fell into dis-repair over the next two and a half centuries until it was re-built in 1770. On 29 August 1727, the castle burned but the castle and grounds were re-built the following year, the castel (Domaene)appearing for the first time in substantially the way it now looks. (en)
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  • Harste ist ein zum Flecken Bovenden in Niedersachsen gehöriges Dorf mit etwa 1.100 Einwohnern. Es liegt im Leinegraben, der vom Leinetal durch den Keuperrücken der Lieth getrennt wird. Der Bach, der den Ort durchfließt, heißt ebenfalls Harste. (de)
  • Harste is a village to the northwest of Göttingen, Lower Saxony, Germany, belonging to the Gemeinde Bovenden. While the date of its founding is unknown, archaeological investigations conducted in the 1980s revealed Grubenhaueser from the 7th century and what appears to be continuous occupation since then at least until around the end of the 15th century. The first archival record of the community is from 952. Presently existing houses date back well over a century. (en)
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